FRANCE: Twelve-Year Ambassador

"That spectacular American," as laudatory Paris papers have dubbed William Christian Bullitt, drove in his limousine into the courtyard of the Elysee Palace last week, took the salute of a battalion of the French Garde Républicaine, and presented to cordial President Albert Lebrun his credentials as U. S. Ambassador. For twelve years popular and Bohemian "Bill" Bullitt has maintained a studio in Paris, and he put his heart into telling M. Lebrun: "I come to France not as a stranger but as one who for many years has known the magnificent achieve...

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